3 of 3 people found the following review helpful
It's a good album,
This review is from: Tilt (Audio CD)
The fifth album by the Lightning Seeds turns up after a pretty lengthy holiday, with chief Seed Ian Broudie trying to find a balance between the programmed synths of Jolifaction and the live band sound of Dizzy Heights. The result is a good album with a very strong sound. Highlights include Life's too short, If only and the wonderful Happy Satellite, which are as good as anything they've ever done. The rest of the album ,though better than Cloud Cuckooland and Sense, isn't quite up the high standards set by Jollification and Dizzy Heights.